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    History Of Argentina

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    You’ll Go! Argentina Argentina is an independent and republic state which cover most of the southern part of South America. They received their independence from Spain on July 9, 1816. Did you know Argentina has a total forty-two million people? The state capital Buenos Aires is a popular tourist attraction and also their largest city. The ethnicity of the people is ninety-seven percent European that are of Spanish or Italian descent. In my research I found out that ninety-two percent of the people their are Roman Catholic. The three famous landmarks that I choose are Andes Mountains, Perito Moreno Glacier, and Cueva de las Manos. Here’s an intriguing fact about the Andes Mountains. There has been a recent discovery of mummies believed to be ancient Inca sacrifice. Perito Moreno Glacier is one of the millions of glaciers lakes inside Los Glaciares National Park. The artwork in Cueva de las Manos dates back nearly ninety-five hundred to thirteen thousand year ago. The primary spoken language is Spanish. Some other spoken Argentian languages are English,German,and French. One of the famous…

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    Countries thought to be rich in gold, such as Mexico, Brazil, Peru and Columbia, were subjected to the brutal nature of colonization - a tactic of establishing power and domination over anything or anyone that stood in the path to obtaining riches. The Spanish and Portuguese enacted harsh colonization practices incorporated slavery from throughout the African Diaspora and resulted in the loss of millions of indigenous people’s lives and land. Whereas, Argentina’s immigration history is primarily…

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    oppression. They were not only obvious victims of violence, but also victims of gender exploitation, powerlessness, and cultural imperialism as described by social justice theorist Iris Young. After reading Marguerite Bouvards “Taking space: Women and Political Power,” I have concluded that powerlessness can in fact be overcome, civil disobedience can work to bring awareness to grievances, and a three part strategy, as outlined by David Meyer, is a very important part of effective social justice…

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    Argentina is the eighth largest country covering about 2.8 million square kilometers and almost the entire southern half of South America. It comprises of some of the world’s most impressive waterfalls, massive deserts, and tallest mountains. Also, Argentina’s population is largely of European origin with a national language of Spanish. Argentina is a country rich with culture and many traditions. The cultural activities are reflected in the different artistic expressions such as: painting,…

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    Brazil Military Regime

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    In Latin America, many countries have suffered from a military regime at one point or another. Chile, Brazil, Argentina, among others, all had a military rule during the 20th century. However, the focus of this research paper will focus on Argentina and Brazil. By far, these two countries had a very long military rule. The Argentine military regime lasted six years, 1976-1982. Brazil’s lasted 21 years, 1964-1985. However, they each experienced them in a completely different manner. At the end of…

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    scientific knowledge and technology, Waste for life is dedicated to assistance in residents who have poverty problem. As an additional objective, diminish the detrimental environmental effect of non-recycled plastic waste in order to save populace who relies on waste to subsist by boosting self-adequacy and economic safety (Waste for Life, n.d.). According to Waste for Life, in Argentina, after the…

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    Argentina Research Paper

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    Located in the south-eastern region of South America, with a total land mass of 2.78 million kilometers squared—making it the eighth largest country in the entire world—Argentina, also known as la República Argentina or Argentine Republic, is one of the wealthiest and most prosperous countries out of all its Latin American constituents. It is bordered exclusively by Chile to the west, Bolivia and Paraguay to the north, and Brazil partially to the northeast. Out of the twelve Latin American…

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    Isabel Peron was born on February 4, 1931, in La Rioja, Argentina. Isabel’s real name was Maria Estela Martinez Cartas. Isabel changed her name after her confirmation in the Catholic Church. Isabel was born in the low to middle class. Her father was a banker and he died when Isabel was a young girl causing her family to have financial issues. Isabel learned had training in French, the piano and dance. However, after the fifth grade Isabel dropped out of school and became a dancer. That’s when…

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    Domingo Sarmiento Analysis

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    Bolivar and Jose de San Martin. After the creation of Republics Latin American politicians looked to the United States for support and guidance. Two such influential men were Domingo Sarmiento, President of Argentina, and Matias Romero, Mexican Ambassador to the United States. These four men all had varying opinions of the United States and different responses to the nation. This paper will argue that all four were justified in their opinions and responses to the United States. Jose…

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    The history of Latin American, in particular the country of Argentina, can best be described as unstable. The effects of this instability can be plainly noted throughout the history of the country’s development; frequent shifts in political power, economic crashes, and contending social conflicts all occurred periodically. The volatile state of the country can be attributed to its foundation. As a colony of the Spanish, Argentina was divided between regions via specialized economic and…

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